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{{Infobox MP Minigame
 
{{Infobox MP Minigame
|name = Sneak 'n' Snore
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|name = Sneak 'n' Snore
|image = [[File:MP2 Sneak n' Snore.JPG|250px]]
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|image = [[File:MP2 Sneak n' Snore.JPG|250px]]
|caption = Sneak 'n' Snore
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|caption = Sneak 'n' Snore
|games = ''[[Mario Party 2]]''
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|games = ''[[Mario Party 2]]''
|type = 4-player mini-game}}
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|type = 4-player mini-game
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|time = 60 seconds
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|music = No Fright, No Fear
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}}
 
{{Q|The faster you move, the longer it takes you to hide in your barrel. Slower is safer.|Advice}}
 
{{Q|The faster you move, the longer it takes you to hide in your barrel. Slower is safer.|Advice}}
'''Sneak 'n' Snore''' is a 4-Player Mini-game that appears in ''[[Mario Party 2]]''. It is similar to [[Barrel Peril]] from ''[[Mario Party Advance]]''.
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'''Sneak 'n' Snore''' is a 4-player mini-game that appears in ''[[Mario Party 2]]''. It is similar to [[Barrel Peril]] from ''[[Mario Party Advance]]''.
   
 
==Gameplay==
 
==Gameplay==

Latest revision as of 06:45, May 16, 2018


"The faster you move, the longer it takes you to hide in your barrel. Slower is safer."
― Advice

Sneak 'n' Snore is a 4-player mini-game that appears in Mario Party 2. It is similar to Barrel Peril from Mario Party Advance.

GameplayEdit

Four players wear barrels. They must attempt to sneak past a Chain Chomp to escape the dungeon. If a player presses his or her button at one end, he or she must go back to the other side of the room to the open door. When the Chain Chomp awakens, which it does repeatedly, it rejects any exposed player from the minigame by dropping him or her in a Warp Pipe.

The player who presses the button and gets to the open door first wins Sneak n' Snore.

ControlsEdit

  • N64 Stick (N64 Stick down) - Move forward
  • N64 Stick (N64 Stick up) - Move backward
  • N64 Stick (release) - Hide
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